North Carolina campground makes list of ‘America’s prettiest beach campsites’

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The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse as seen through the dunes on the beach. (Photo: Captain Tucker via Wikimedia Commons)

A campground in North Carolina has been featured on a recent list of “America’s prettiest beach campsites.”

Travelandleisure.com recently compiled a list of 11 awesome places where visitors fall asleep to the sound of the surf and awaken to scenery to rival any five-star hotel.

Ocracoke Campground at the Cape Hatteras National Seashore in North Carolina made the unranked list. The article said the following about it:

This windswept barrier island in the Outer Banks features 13 miles of scenic shoreline and the state’s oldest operating lighthouse. Dunes protect a 136-site campground, sandwiched between the Atlantic and placid Pamlico Sound. Rates start at $23 a night.

Some of the other listings include the Horseneck Beach State Reservation in Massachusetts, Anastasia State Park in Florida and Oceanside Campground at Assateague Island National Seashore in Maryland.

Read more, see full list: Travelandleisure.com

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